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Thank You To Our Volunteer Coaches!

Thank you to all of our volunteers, particularly our coaches who spend a tremendous amount of time learning, planning, and executing in practices, games and off-the-field events. Please be sure to thank your coaches for the incredible job they do as volunteers to help your children fall in love with the game!

 

A special thanks to parents Doug Gnutti (A3) and Paul Mangeot (B3) who both stepped up to be Head Coaches for the Boys A3 (7/8) and B3 (5/6) teams. Congratulations to Jeff Mote, Brian Trymbiski and Paul Mangeot for completing their US Lacrosse Men's Game Coaching Certification and Kelly Tait, Amy Warfield and Brian Pitts for completing their US Lacrosse Women's Game Coaching Certification.  A special shout out to Paul, who completed his certification within a few weeks of volunteering as a Head Coach. 

 

Thank you all for stepping up to help foster growth of lacrosse in our community! 

 

Many parent volunteers who are currently coaching in our lacrosse community, did not have much, if any, formal lacrosse training or experience prior to volunteering. CBAA provides joint practices with these coaches and teams and offers to reimburse coaches for lacrosse certifications, clinics, or other educations sessions that the coaches attend. The crossover to coaching lacrosse is much like coaching basketball, soccer, or hockey.  Much of the same terminology applies and many of the games' nuances are the same, so if you're interested in learning more about how to get involved as a coach, please email   or   and let us know!


by posted 02/25/2017
SI Play League Mobile App
JOIN YOUR Central Bucks Athletic Association 
Lightning Lacrosse Team ON OUR NEW FREE TEAM APP! 
 
All of our Central Bucks Athletic Association Lightning Lacrosse teams are now accessible on the SI Play Mobile App. SI Play is a free app within your phone's app store or Google play store. Once you download the app and log in, you just select the teams and players you want to track through the season.
Steps to Download and Login to the App
 
  1. Click one of the buttons below, or search SI Play in your phones app store.
  2. Download the app to your phone.
  3. Use your Central Bucks Athletic Association Lightning Lacrosse registration credentials to login*


  
 
 
 
 
The CBAA Lacrosse website (http://cblightninglacrosse.com/) is where all scheduling and communication take place, so for the most up to date information, go to the website for schedules, field opening/closures, and messages for the CBAA Lacrosse community.
 
Please note you cannot access SI Play online (as you would for other CBAA sports) to do anything with your account. SEPYLA and PAGLA (the Boys and Girls governing bodies for our respective leagues) still use League Athletics and the full integration has not occurred yet, so CBAA Lax is NOT integrated with the SI Play online accounts that you currently have if you play CBAA Soccer or Basketball.

by posted 02/25/2017
Dick's Sporting Goods Exclusive Coupons

Use these CBAA Lacrosse coupons at Dick's Sporting Goods for exclusive savings through November 2017! Click here for more coupons!


by posted 02/15/2017
Irish Skirmish - Volunteers Meeting on March 9th

Mark your calendar for a Volunteers Meeting on Thursday, March 9th from 7-9pm at the Station Tap House (194 W Ashland St, Doylestown). 

RSVP here to let us know you're coming!

 

We are looking for volunteers to lead committees for fields, entertainment, scheduling, treasury, marketing, and coordination. Anyone interested should email   ASAP to set up a time to discuss the roles, responsibilities, time commitment, etc. No role will take more than 1-2 hours per week leading up to the event, with the primary coordination of volunteers being from April 21-24. 

 

This year's Irish Skirmish will take place on April 22-23rd at Herbst Field. New to the skirmish this year - a Girls' 3/4 division! Click here for more info!

 

Don't miss this chance to advertise and promote your business in the community! The Irish Skirmish is a popular annual event that we host with over 100 teams participating from Maryland, New York, Connecticut New Jersey, Pennsylvania and more! 

 

Please email   for more information on volunteer and sponsorship opportunities!


by posted 02/10/2017
Universal Lacrosse Coupons!

Universal Lacrosse Coupon

Print or show these coupons at Universal Lacrosse for exclusive CBAA savings! 


by posted 01/13/2017
Blog Post: Giving Lacrosse a Try

 

For a number of years, I have encouraged my sons to give lacrosse a try. Since they stopped playing baseball, the spring season was sports-free. This year, my boys heard that many of their friends were playing in the CBAA lacrosse league, and they indicated some interest in joining. So, like any other optimistic and driven mother, I took that as a firm yes and signed them up!

 

Both of my boys have played soccer and basketball since they were young and love participating in team sports. While they were a little intimidated at first, they were told that their experience playing other field sports would be helpful when learning lacrosse. I will admit when I signed them up that I did not realize they needed a full set of equipment (protective gear, helmet and stick), which runs around $250. Tip for my fellow parents: There are options to purchase previously-used equipment through local stores or to rent equipment for the season from the CBAA (contact Nick Walter at nick.walter@cbaasports.org for more information) for anyone who wants to keep the costs down.

 

Lacrosse first got my attention after hearing some unbelievable stories from close friends and relatives whose kids have been recruited for college teams as early as their sophomore year in high school. Whether starting lacrosse at a young age or picking up a stick for the first time as a teenager, it seems that kids who develop solid skills have a pretty good chance of continue playing in college.

 

I am writing this blog one week into the season, but the early signs are positive – my sons are enjoying the new challenge and recognize that they will need to devote time to further develop and refine their skills.

 

I am a firm believer in giving kids the opportunity to find what they are good at and enjoy. I am glad that my boys decided to give lacrosse a try!

 

- Kelly Burnetta, mother of 12 & 14-year-old sons


by posted 03/17/2016
Waiver Policy

Waiver Policy & Instructions

 

Players with NO home program

The current SEPYLA requirement for players who do not have a home program is for those players to notify SEPYLA of their desired Spring Season program. SEPYLA has not finalized this process, but the current steps when registering for CBAA are as follows:

  • Send an e-mail to  oyslax@cbaasports.org with a copy to 
  • The Email must contain: Player's Name, Date of Birth, Grade, and Home Address
  • Include a statement confirming that they wish to play for CBAA Lacrosse because their home school district does not have a youth program.
  • Identify if the player is a first year player - if they are an experienced player, provide the name of the program they participated in the prior spring.

 

Players within the boundaries of an ACTIVE program

Any player who resides within another team boundary, and wishes to play for the CBAA, must go through the SEPYLA waiver process BEFORE registering with CBAA. 

The formal waiver process is defined on the SEPYLA website.  However,  the following steps outline the process:

  • An e-mail needs to be sent to Steve Lehman, chairman of the SEPYLA competition committee, explaining the hardship and reason for the request to play for the CBAA. 
  • There is a $25 fee for the waiver process, payable to SEPYLA. 
  • PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT SEPYLA WILL ONLY GRANT WAIVERS FOR EXTREME HARDSHIP CASES - NOT JUST BECAUSE YOU WANT TO CHANGE PROGRAMS. 

As a reminder our territory includes all feeder schools to CB East, CB West and Palisades.  If your physical address does not reside in these boundaries, you need to obtain a waiver OR register with your home program.  No exceptions!!

 

Read More  - click SEPYLA Waiver Process


by posted 12/22/2015
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